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Oh, My Aching Knees

Oh, My Aching Knees

Main photo courtesy curearthritis.org A Guide to Avoiding Knee Replacement Last year there were 600,000 total knee replacement surgeries in the United States. Insurers spend five billion dollars on knee procedures per year. It is a remarkable procedure. However, it is...

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Fight Lyme Disease the Way the ARMY Does

Fight Lyme Disease the Way the ARMY Does

Just When You Thought you Could Go Outside — It’s Lyme Disease Season 2021! In the last year, three more significant articles were published confirming the safety and effectiveness of permethrin treated clothing against Lyme disease. A two year study in Rhode Island...

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The Angel of Death vs The Passover Vaccine

The Angel of Death vs The Passover Vaccine

By Dr. James Katz, MD, MPH A very pleasant bubbe (grandmother) came to the Moderna vaccination clinic in Newton for her first of two shots. She was concerned side effects from her second dose of the Moderna vaccine, scheduled for March 25, might interfere with her...

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COVID-19 Came from a Lab in Wuhan

COVID-19 Came from a Lab in Wuhan

How to Build a Frankenstein Virus by Accident How could a virus escape a high security lab? Accidents in biosafety laboratories are frequent. The Wuhan Viral Institute has the largest collection of coronaviruses in the world.  The WVI has safety issues; humanity is...

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Mutant Coronavirus Identified in Britain

Mutant Coronavirus Identified in Britain

Is it More Dangerous? Will Vaccines Still Work Against It? A mutated Wuhan virus variant is fueling a growing coronavirus outbreak in Kent, England. It has spread in the background in nearly thirty other countries. Mutations in coronaviruses are normal and occur at a...

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Hockey Rinks Are COVID Hotspots

Hockey Rinks Are COVID Hotspots

Modifying the Rink Works; Masks on the Players Does Not The governors of Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, Minnesota, and other states have closed indoor ice rinks due to because they are COVID infection sites. Community skating rinks are designed to keep a slab of ice...

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Age Management Boston programs help patients reach optimal health and maintain their youth.

Age Management Boston designs individualized health programs to reduce the effects of aging, prevent degenerative disease, and improve long-term quality of life. Based on a patient’s individual health needs and lifestyle goals, Dr. Katz and Dr. Nadelberg create programs that leverage the synergies between diet, exercise, and conventional and alternative medicines to promote greater energy and develop optimal fitness.

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Covid-19 Live Data

This data is updated hourly, and provided by Johns Hopkins University and ARCGIS.

Date (YYYY-MM-DD)Cases (US)
2021-06-2333,577,651
2021-06-2233,565,215
2021-06-2133,554,275
2021-06-2033,541,887
2021-06-1933,537,995
2021-06-1833,529,475
2021-06-1733,508,867
2021-06-1633,498,468
2021-06-1533,486,038
2021-06-1433,474,734
2021-06-1333,462,003
2021-06-1233,457,228
2021-06-1133,449,000
2021-06-1033,424,296

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